Sharon Goodlove, TFT Dx™
Sharon Goodlove B.A. in psychology, Trained in Radix™ and Thought Field Therapy. Sharon has been a Radix™ teacher in the San Diego area since 1980. She was certified by Dr. Roger Callahan as a Diagnostician in the Callahan Techniques™ of Thought Field Therapy™ .She recently completed the certification for the use of Emotional Freedom Techniques or EFT.
Sharon has participated in founding a rape crisis center and served as a court counselor for rape victims. She has taught health care classes in girls’ clubs and volunteered for her son’s school projects. Studying and playing the game of tennis is her favorite sport pursuit, although canoeing and skiing are her special seasonal sports. Listening to the music in Nature is her great passion, and she loves to sing. She has completed the Advanced Forum and the Six Day Wilderness Experience.
Sharon combines the insights from in-depth growth work on her self, with a long history of practicing body-centered psychotherapy and the powerful new Thought Field Therapy ™ Techniques and Emotional Freedom Techniques. She believes that suffering is an option and pain can be approached as an imbalance in a person’s energy system and rectified — sooner, rather than later. Sharon is a sensitive, caring therapist. A small needlepoint pillow in her group room at the office announces “A Wilde Woman Lives Here.”
Glenn Goodlove, LCSW
Glenn Goodlove, MSW, LCSW, MA, received his masters in Social Work from USC, is a licensed clinical social worker in the State of California, license #L1450. He is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. He also has a master of arts from Webster University in Computer Resources Management. He is self-employed as a clinical social worker and provides counseling in relationships, wellness and stress management. He is a psychotherapist with HELP Mental Health Therapists and sees clients in their homes as well as in the Tierrasanta office.